Emma Brentjens

Emma Brentjens is a climate change writer at LeafScore. She recently graduated with a degree in Environmental Studies from Davidson College and is passionate about environmental science, photography, and writing. She is an ORISE intern at the EPA assisting with microplastic and cyanobacteria research and previously interned with the National Audubon Society. In 2019, she attended the School for Field Studies in Kenya, where she studied wildlife ecology and conservation.

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Eco-anxiety is more likely to affect younger generations worried about the damage a changing climate can wreak on their homes and families.
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Climate change is bringing with it an ever growing number of heat waves. Is it time to name these heat events just like we do hurricanes?
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Asheville, North Carolina has one of the most progressive climate change plans in the nation.
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